The whole time I spent in Quebec City I was craving a soft, chewy, ginger molasses cookie. Sadly, all the maple syrup I consumed in QC only subsided this craving for so long. When I returned home on Monday finding a recipe became a priority. I scoured the internet and ended up heading back to Sally's Baking Addiction (where I previously tested out this recipe), and this woman's blog is now my addiction. These cookies were exactly what I was looking for; chewy, so soft, but a little golden on the outside, and the perfect sweet to spice ratio. I saw Sally topped hers with various chippits, but decided to take my cookies a step further. I kept half of my cookies plain, but stuffed two white chocolate baking melts in the middle of the rest of the cookies (see below). I really can't describe how utterly perfect these cookies are for the holidays, and stuffed with white chocolate… they are next level!! I followed her recipe to a tee (and yes-even the 24-hour dough chilling step) but it's soooo worth it! You just need to make them and find out for yourself.
Recipe found here